Adoption Application
The first step in the adoption process is to fill out an adoption application. Once our adoption team receives and reviews your application, we will be in touch. You are also welcome to contact us at adoptions@rabbitadvocates.org.

If you have trouble filling the application out on your phone, you may also access the form here: https://forms.gle/hS8pRSJmhmZZH3wQ9
Email address *
Name (last, first) *
Address *
City, State, Zip Code *
Phone number *
Are you 18 or older? Please note: We cannot adopt rabbits to minors. If you are a minor, please ask a parent or guardian to complete this application. *
Which county do you reside in? Please note: The counties listed below comprise the official Rabbit Advocates service area. On a case-by-case basis, we will adopt to individuals residing in other counties within Oregon or Washington. *
Are you inquiring about a specific rabbit(s)?
Describe the qualities you want in a companion rabbit.
Why do you want to adopt a rabbit? How long have you been thinking about adopting a rabbit? *
How many individuals are in your household? *
0
1
2
3
4
more than 4
Adults
Children
If there are children, list their ages:
For whom is this rabbit being adopted? *
Primary Caretaker *
If primary caretaker is a child, enter age:
What research or reading have you done about rabbits? What experience have you had with companion rabbits? *
Are you interested in educational materials regarding house rabbits? If so, please let us know which topics you would like to know more about. *
Required
Veterinarian Name and Vet Clinic
What do you expect to spend for veterinary services each year for your rabbit(s)?
What are your plans for your bunny's housing? Please be detailed in describing the living area size, location, etc. *
Do you currently own or rent your home? *
If renting, what pets does your landlord/management company allow? Do you need approval to bring home a rabbit?
Landlord/management company contact information (we will notify you if/when we plan to contact your landlord)
If you move, what do you do plan to do with your rabbit(s)? *
What are some reasons that may cause you to give up your rabbit? *
Is there anyone in your family who is allergic to rabbits or hay? *
Under what circumstances, if any, will your rabbit be allowed outdoors? If your rabbit is allowed outdoors, how will you protect it from escape or predators (raccoons, hawks, cats, dogs, people, etc.)?
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